If you have been following the two to add and two to dump series you know a few things. First, we are basing our recommendations on batted ball data and not traditional numbers. Secondly, the term “dump” is a euphemism for trade. In most cases, these are established players that
Dealing with outfielders is always a challenge in fantasy sports. Some of my leagues treat outfielders separately while others clump them together. There really is no good way to treat them, but if we separate them out into positions then you can always put them back together on your own.
We are continuing our series of looking at each position and the batted ball data. Looking at batted ball data affords us the opportunity to look at whose numbers are outkicking their coverage and which ones should do better from here on out. We are ignoring the conventional numbers for
On episode 26, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) discuss some Banda, baseball news and notes, injuries, starting pitchers to keep tabs on and a handful of speed options for those in deeper formats. Give a listen below or download the podcast in iTunes, Stitcher or Google Play. Please
Welcome to the 2019 week nine fantasy baseball trade value chart. TheFantasyFix.com’s “Tools of the Trade” is a unique guide for owners to use while attempting to make an even trade with their league-mates in a standard 12-team mixed, 5×5 head-to-head or rotisserie redraft league. The values present in this
The common thread running through this series is that only fools run with their roster and never make changes from day one. The winners in fantasy baseball are never the ones who win the draft. That’s like winning the Winter Meetings for real baseball clubs. The winners are the ones
At this time, you’ll find my rankings along with Todd Clark’s and Jamie Steed‘s in a consensus format for the rest of the 2019 fantasy baseball season as of Jun 4, 2019. For the purpose of these rankings, assume a traditional 5×5 redraft format. Commentary and Tools of the Trade
One of the things that most fantasy players miss out on is the dimension of time. If you think of each position like a stock on the exchange then you could give yourself that needed edge. Memorial Day has traditionally been the cut off point between “it’s early” and “it’s
As we continue through our two to add and two to dump series, we are reminded that each position can be treated like a stock. So, think of your entire team like a stock portfolio. Like stocks, players go through ebbs and flows of performance throughout the season. The idea
Two to add and two to drop is about a lot more than just who’s hot and who’s not. In fact, it’s usually quite the opposite. The fantasy season is kind of like a time line. Everything that has happened up to this point is already in the bank. If
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) talk with Eno Sarris (@enosarris) on episode 25 to discuss some beers, baseball news and notes, injuries, recent and potential prospect call-ups, starting pitchers and some closers who could be dealt at the trade deadline giving way to new (or old) ninth-inning
We’re now two months into the season and have a pretty clear outlook on where our fantasy teams are and what we need to do the remainder of the year. That tends to lean towards trades, especially in deeper leagues where the waiver wire is an ugly and destitute place.